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Dramatic Improvement

All the world's a stage for one entrepreneur and the kids who take her acting classes.

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This story appears in the October 2003 issue of Start Up.

"In my last three positions, I worked for entrepreneurs. Finally, after about 10 years, I decided I wanted to be one myself," says Lisa Snyder. So Snyder, 43, started looking for an opportunity that combined two of her passions: children and the theater.

She found her ideal match with Drama Kids International, a franchise that teaches theater classes to school-age children.

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